Musings of a retired teacher
Though I didn't salivate, I enjoyed that. Then I looked up Pantone and Color Space on wiki only to again show myself how much I don't know about what I take for granted -- my life story!Thanx, that was fun.
You're welcome. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for commenting.
Oh that is amazing!!
Hey Sarah Lulu, thanks for stopping by. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Wow! That was fascinating. I am so glad I watched that. Yes, it to reminded me of Mr. Roger's videos. (My personal favorite: Pink Erasers.)
Hi, Jenny. I never saw that one. I searched for it on Youtube to no avail. Do you know a link? I'd like to see it.
What is art, traditional or digital, without vibrant colours? Thanks for this wonderful recommendation.
Hi, Paul, you're certainly welcome. I take for granted things like printer's ink without really thinking about how much care must go into making good ink. I guess in this digital age I could have as much (maybe more) appreciation for all the people who've worked to make LCD displays so vibrant and colorful.
Mesmerizing Dan. I am going to get my husband to come and watch this. He has owned and operated big printing operations for most of his professional life. I do know from him that how inks are applied to paper has changed over the years - less determined by pressmen these days as by computers. It is quite a science mixing the colours to produce exactly what the client wants.
That is so cool! Thanks.
Hi Bonnie, I would think someone like your husband would really enjoy this video. I know next to nothing about printing, and I found in fascinating. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Hey, Reya, thanks for stopping by.
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